An interview with Rabbi David Rosen
"While Israel has more interfaith activity pro-rata than anywhere else in the world, all such activity involves a tiny percent of the population."
My semester teaching Saudis
The faculty heard about a large influx of Saudi students on campus. I didn't expect to find them all in my world religions class.
Protestants and purgatory
In this life, sanctification is gradual and difficult. Why would it be different in the life to come?
Community health clinics and Obamacare
For decades, community health clinics existed on the margins of the health-care world. Now they're critical to the system.
How to introduce music for worship
Hymnbooks offer songs from many cultures and genres. But trying new music can be a risky venture for leaders and congregations alike.
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